The world number one Ash Barty (Ash Barty) disclosed her injury disaster after retiring in the second round of the French Open.
Ash Barty’s first French Open since his victory in 2019 ended in a heartbreaking scene as the Australian faced the world ranked 45th Magda Linet in the second round. Linette) was forced to retire.
Australia’s world’s number one hip problem is disturbing It can be seen from the opening serve game.
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When Linette easily took the lead and won the first set 6-1, Batty could only complete 39% of her first serve. When the Queenslander equalized 2-2 in the second game, the game was over.
Batty is Obviously hindered by hip injury Seeing her heavy left thigh became a feature throughout the season and caused her problems in Roland Garros’s first round.
It was obvious from the beginning that something was wrong. Barty tried her best to not continue, she withdrew from the Grand Slam tournament and said her injury became “unsafe”.
She added that it was “a miracle that I passed the first round” and revealed that she “shed my tears this week.”
“It’s heartbreaking,” Batty said in a post-match press conference. “We have experienced such a brilliant clay-court season, and luck in time is more important than anything else. Some urgent things happened over the weekend and time is tight, which is disappointing.
“It’s really frustrating that my body has let me down.
‘We did nothing wrong in the early stage. There is no red flag. This is just an acute attack and it is very difficult.
“It will not take away the glorious three months we have passed, just like it hurts now.
“It’s disappointing to end in this way. I shed a lot of tears this week. It’s all good.
“The reason why everything happened. There will be a glimmer of hope in the end. Once I find out what it is, it will make me feel better, but it will be there, I’m sure.”
Batty revealed that she wrote all this “after serving one day.”
For Barty and her physical therapist, this injury is also a new injury, and outside help is needed to prepare her for the Wimbledon Open on June 28.
“(This is a) brand new injury, something I have never experienced before, and even chatting with my physical therapist, she often sees it,” Batty said.
“So we have been negotiating with people all over the world, trying to give us a deep understanding of what is the best way to manage it, and to deal with it, I believe we do have a plan. It’s just that we are running out of time here.
“It’s disappointing, but it’s not a panic station where we know what happened. We just need time to manage it in order to get back on the court as soon as possible.”
As early as the Australian Open in February, Barty had her The left thigh is tightly tied In a doubles match with American partner Jennifer Brady. In her first round match against Bernardo Pera in Paris this week, her hips made her feel very sad, even though the Australian managed to qualify in three sets.
Batty was treated on the court in that game and tried to stay positive.
“I will not hide the fact that I am not 100%-but I can guarantee that I will go there with the right attitude every day, and give it a crack anyway,” she said afterwards.
However, to fight the pain barrier with Linette, this is too demanding.
The 25-year-old player has dropped out of the game and there are no more female players ranked in the world.
The world’s second-ranked Naomi Osaka withdrew from the sport after the media boycotted the sport and shocked the sport, saying that she had suffered from “depression” for three years.
Simone Halep, ranked third, the 2018 French Open champion, retired due to injury before the game.
This makes Aryna Sabalenka, number 4 in the world, the top player remaining in the draw.
Linette continued to face Tunisian No. 25 seed Ons Jabeur, who easily defeated Australian wild card player Astra Sharma 6-2 6-4.
— Agence France-Presse